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Interest and Penalties

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It is advisable to always pay your property tax at latest by due date. A delayed payment will cost you extra money since both penalty and interest will be debited.

Penalty
After due date a penalty of 10% is applied.

Interest
After due date an interest will be applied on all unpaid taxes. The interest will be charged for each month of delay. The interest rate is: 1%

Below you can see some examples of how interest and penalty is calculated.

Example 1: Installment 1 paid in December

This example show how interest and penalties will be calculated when installment 1 is not paid until December.
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Example 2: Instalment 1 and 2 is paid on April 10 — 
the year after receiving the tax bill

This example show how interest and penalties will be calculated when installment 1 and 2 is paid in April the year after receiving the tax bill.
Illustrated Example

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Why is it important to pay Property Tax?

By paying your property tax you participate in the efforts to improve quality of life in your municipality.

Property tax is needed for investments to improve roads, water supplies, sewerage, school buildings, etc.

Everybody who pays their property tax is taking an important part in the work with developing your municipality and therefore the whole country!

By paying property tax, you make a difference!